Microphones

Whether you work with vocals in the broadcast environment or strive to get great-sounding takes from singers in the studio, you can’t go wrong if you use Shure’s amazing SM7B. This compact mic is equally at home in the radio studio and in the recording studio. You’ll appreciate its flat, wide-range frequency response, which is perfect for close-miked spoken or sung vocals.

The dramatically styled Reactor is a capable and solidly designed multi-pattern mic, with a gentle high-frequency lift that adds life and air to vocal and instrumental sounds. 

The MD 421 II is one of the best known microphones in the world. Its excellent sound qualities enable it to cope with the most diverse recording conditions and broadcasting applications. The five position bass control enhances its all-round qualities. 

Samson’s MTR101 Condenser Microphone brings exceptional performance and high-end quality to a variety of live and studio situations. Ideal for recording vocals, close miking instruments, use as a room microphone and more, the MTR101 solidifies Samson’s commitment to offering superior sound and the ability to capture the best audio possible.

The Apex 205 is the best-known retail version of Alctron’s HRM-8B, a large-format ribbon design that has, according to Oktavamod’s Michael Joly, “obvious internal resemblance to the AEA R84.” The same ribbon motor design can be found in the Nady RSM-2 and the Shinybox 46 (the latter being remarkable in that it has all the mods you’d want to do built in from the vendor).

Future Music 2010

“Compared in an A/B test to a more expensive AKG SolidTube, the Behringers lacked some of the top end zing but still turned in decent results recording an acoustic guitar. On a guitar cab, the sound was captured with great accuracy and male vocals were recorded with a flattering sound, rich in low end.”

Behringer C-2 microphones are built to capture the performance of a choir, piano or any other vocal or acoustic sound source to provide a beautiful true-to-life sound. Sold in perfectly matched pairs, these condenser mics are outstanding in both live and studio applications.

Big sound. Full sound. Sophisticated sound. Is your mic living up to the power of your vocal? For decades, the BETA® 58A has been through the ringer, pushing voice to the forefront on the biggest stages in the world. For sound that commands the attention of the entire crowd, this is your microphone.

They were designed to sound just like the standard in the industry, the Shure SM58; GLS has done a pretty good job.

The ES-57 Professional Microphones were designed to sound just like the standard in the industry, the Shure SM57.

The Apex775 delivers professional high-quality reproduction for drum, percussion, and instrument amplifier miking applications. The uniform hypercardioid pickup pattern isolates the intended source while reducing background interference even on the loudest stages while the internal capsule shockmount reduces handling noise.

The Apex775 will survive the punishment that can occur when close miking high volume sources like guitar amp stacks, or endure the occasional stick hit inevitable to occur when miking snares and toms.

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